An attempt for a better CSS alternative for default styling.
Monthly Archive: March 2010
No images, no JS.
Hashgrid is a neat tool to show/hide a layout grid on your website design. Done with JS and CSS.
Go to border-radius.com and see how many different code it takes to get a rounded-corner to work on all browsers. Completely agree, browser-specific prefixes are very messy.
A few thoughts followed by a discussion on how various things are done on the 2010 Theme. Completely agree with “Widgets are not List”. It can result in many nested lists that are hard...
Really love the resource links on #10 and #11. Read the entire list here.
The job posting at Automattic Jobs for “Theme Czar” says You live and breathe WordPress themes. You are equally at home in Photoshop/Gimp, PHP, CSS, or the terminal. You’ve built numerous WordPress-as-CMS sites from...
Can’t get enough of redesign process articles.
Look at all those details put into a website. The redesign is done by Happy Cog.
Read the thread at WordPress Tavern, or go directly to mfields or Otto‘s solution.